Back Multiplier Event in Augmented Assessment was successfully held in Valladolid

Multiplier Event in Augmented Assessment was successfully held in Valladolid

The Augmented Assessment project was presented in Valladolid on July 12th as part of its multiplication and dissemination actions. The event was hosted by Valladolid University and presented by the researchers Davinia Hernández-Leo and Khadija El Aadmi from TIDE, UPF. The event saw the participation of 40 teachers and researchers from the Spanish universities UV, URJC, and UC3M.


Imatge inicial

The event kicked off with a warm welcome and introduction to the Augmented Assessment project, its innovative products, and results. The session was followed by hands-on training to use the Augmented Assessment Library, enabling attendees to explore the practical applications of augmented reality technology. Participants had the opportunity to gain firsthand experience in utilizing the Augmented Assessment resources and discuss its applications in teaching and learning scenarios.

As part of the closure activity, a plenary discussion allowed teachers and researchers to exchange ideas and perspectives about how Augmented Assessment can enhance teaching and assessment methods, particularly in the setting of migrant children who have not acquired the country's language. The participants expressed their enthusiasm for integrating Augmented Assessment in their respective educational contexts, acknowledging its potential to attend diverse populations.



Augmented Assessment Multiplier event, Jul 12, 2023

At Valladolid University (Madrid)

Organizer(s): Davinia Hernández-Leo, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

Davinia Hernández-Leo, is Full Professor of Engineering and Information and Communication Technologies, Serra Húnter, ICREA Academia at Pompeu Fabra University (UPF).

Hosts and presenters: 

Davinia Hernández-Leo, Khadija El Aadmi (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)


Teaching and research staff. University of Valladolid and Carlos III University of Madrid

Registered: 30 pax.

Attended: 21 pax.

Event Agenda:

  1. Welcome and introduction of participants 

  2. Presentation about the Augmented Assessment project, products and results. 

  3. Hands-on use of the Augmented Assessment repository.

  4. Practical experience of Augmented Assessment resources 

  5. Plenary discussion 

  6. Wrap-up and closing

About the Augmented Assessment Project:

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The Augmented Assessment Project (Assessing Newly Arrived Migrants' Knowledge in Science and Math using Augmented Teaching Material) is an Erasmus+ K3 project (621517-EPP-1-2020-1-EL-EPPKA3-IPI-SOC-IN) with a 3-year duration. The project is led by the university consortium of The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), The Athens Lifelong Learning Institute (ALLI), University of Helsinki (UH), The European University Cyprus (EUC), The Polytechnic Institute of Porto (P. Porto), Institute of Educational Policy, Greece (IEP), The Cyprus Pedagogical Institute (CPI), and the TIDE research Group from Pompeu Fabra University. To get to know more about the project, visit the website



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